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Poker Cash Game Guide: Starting hands

Author: PSO Staff / 23 Mar 2017 / 113
The first decision you have to make in any poker hand is whether to play the hand or not. There are several factors that will influence your decision – including your position at the table, your opponents and your table image – but the most important factor to consider is the strength of your hand.

How to Spot Giveaway Tells in Live and Online Poker

Author: PSO Staff / 22 Mar 2017 / 746
When people are new to the game of poker they tend to assume that live tells are a crucial part of the game, perhaps the crucial part of the game. There's often an assumption that experienced players can look another player in the eye and instantly tell whether they're strong or weak, bluffing or value betting.

Poker Cash Game Guide: Choosing the right game for you

Author: PSO Staff / 12 Mar 2017 / 178
If you've never played cash games before and want to get involved it can sometimes be difficult to know where to start. There are a whole host of different poker games to choose from, a wide range of stakes and other factors such as how many whether you want to play heads-up or with more opponents. It can be overwhelming – which is why PokerSchoolOnline is here to help you get started.
 

Relative Poker Hand Strength

Author: PSO Staff / 10 Mar 2017 / 2529
When you're playing online poker and you look at a hand rankings chart it seems pretty obvious what a strong hand is and what is not, or is it?

Good Spots to Double Barrel in Poker

Author: PSO Staff / 02 Mar 2017 / 300
Double barrelling is when you take c-betting one step further and follow through by betting the turn too. It's really quite simple - read on to find out more ... 

How To Survive & Win a Huge Poker Tournament Part 1

Author: PSO Staff / 10 Feb 2017 / 1950
It is possible to go all the way in a poker tournament and win. Here are some tips to give you the best chance of succeeding .....

How To Play Classic Trouble Hands Like A Pro

Author: PSO Staff / 09 Feb 2017 / 616
Think of the poker hands that have caused you the most [delete as appropriate] confusion/pain/agony/trauma/trouble since you started playing No Limit Texas Hold'em. Now, everyone will have their own individual voodoo hands but there are a few common holdings that regularly come up in the conversation. 
Join us as we go through two of the most villainous hands in poker – and explain how you can turn them around to work in your favour… 

How to use the Poker Odds Calculator

Author: PSO Staff / 03 Feb 2017 / 1563
PokerSchoolOnline has its very own mistake-proof Odds Calculator that will do the heavy maths for you.

Learning from the Misdeeds of Phil Hellmuth

Author: PSO Staff / 27 Jan 2017 / 459
In many ways, Phil Hellmuth is one of the greatest poker players of all time. He has a whopping 14 World Series of Poker bracelets – a clear 4 clear of his nearest challenger – and just under $21m in live tournament winnings ... 

Deal Making with ICM by Andre Coimbra

Author: PSO Staff / 20 Jan 2017 / 971
Have you ever been watching the final table on EPT Live before getting confused when one of the players suggests they make a deal? Why are they taking so long? What are they talking about? And, most importantly, if I was ever in the same situation what should I do?

Luckily, PokerStars Team Online Pro Andre Coimbra is an expert at knowing how and when to work out the best deal. Find out all the information you need to know to ensure that you never get the worst of it.

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